On the mesmerizing stage, four dancers invite us to the “School of Weathers,” where we learn from the ever-changing storm how to live between the poles. At the heart of the storm, in snow and wind, the dancers carry us off to a surprising world of contrasts, chaos and order, substance and emptiness, us and them.
To the beautiful sounds of Mozart’s immortal music, with its qualities and humor, maelstrom of emotion and inner strength, the audience is invited onstage to celebrate alongside the dancers one of the most beautiful and mysterious phenomenon of nature: the weather.
This experiential piece, created by the choreographer and director Guy Gutman, teaches children (and adults…) an important lesson: to enjoy the questions that do not always have answers.
Choreographer: Guy Gutman
With: Keren Ben Altabet, Ofir Yudilewich, Tami Lebovits, Uri Shafir
Concept and stage design: Gabi Kricheli
Costumes: Tami Lebovits
Special thanks to: Mifal Hapayis (the National Lottery), Performance Art Platform, the School of Visual Theatre, and Daniel Blanga-Gubbay